With AIM shares. Shareholders fate relies completely on the integrity of the BOD. There are many instances of manipulated arrangements where PI's are treated with total contempt. Let's hope the board here have some scruples.
been here a long time .what about if the bod let this go under . what shares do thay own lol . then there mates buy it up for a few £ . bet things will happen then. just me thinling after a lunch time beer .hope im way of but seen it so many times
We really could do with some useful update from the BOD. It is pretty difficult to understand how any discussions could take this long. Either someone wants in or not in the final analysis and there is no way the business and prospects are complicated enough to warrant the time being taken.
We are sitting on shed loads of coal and whatever you think coal in many places remains King and is the only solution to power hence me in here for over 5 years now it is slow and at times painful but like all AIM there is not enough cash in the system so when this unfolds and it will you will be glad you had that foresight to invest in coal
I bought in thinking that the bod were positioning themselves to take this to the next level. Little did I imagine we would still be on the floor, sp wise. With such vast potential here a couple of dyslexic goldfish could have had a contract written up and a major partner on board by now. The bod here are pathetic in their lax attitude to both the investment they have and shareholders concerns
8 months on from an unnecessary and sp crushing placing this pile of cr@p is sill on its arse. Where is the £1 million and the money from a more resent placing. AIM is full of bods who treat their shareholder like mugs but EDL is on the very top of the pile.
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